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Volume XVII-Ne. 26.
LANCASTER., PA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 30, 1880
Price Twe Cents,
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Has just opened a
.SELECT .STYLES ami none but the bct el
- j. r
Ne. 51 Kaiili Queen Street.
We haw new icidy ler sale an Immense
Fall and Winter,
which arc Cut and Trimmed In the Lntcat
Style. We can lve you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In great variety, made te erder at short notice
at the lowest prices.
D. B. Hostetter & Sed,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
The most attractive and Recherche Line of
Londen anil New Yerk
OPEN THIS DAY AT
SM ALI NG'S
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
WAI.I. I'AJ'JCHS, &c.
E AKE OFFKRINO THE ONLY
Extension Window Cornice
ever manufactured. It Is perfect in Its con
struction, simple and handy te adjust and
very cheap. It can be regulated te lit any or
nary window by means of a thumb screw, and
can be adjusted lrem one feet te live feet wide.
Thcy are made et 4W Inch Walnut Meulding
of a Xcw Pattern, and we have them In eight
different styles. Come and sec them.
In Walnut, Ash and Ebony, Ends, Ring and
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
OPENING FALL STYLES OF
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
. 1 TOKNKTS-AT-LA W
HENBY A. BILE V
Attorney and Counscller-at-Law
21 Park Rew, New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
States, and a general legal business transacted
Kefers by permission te Stcinman ft Hensce
rer Bearding Iloutes and Private Famllici in
Next Doer te the Court Heuiw.
White, Red and Gray Flannels,
BLEACHED AXD VXBLHACIIBD
All bought betere the lt advance, and te be
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
HAGER & BROTHER
ARE RECEIVING DAILY
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IN ALL DEPATMBNTS.
NOVELTIES IN SIL S.
NOVELTIES IN TELVETS.
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH DRESS GOODS,
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS,
NOVELTIES IX AMERICAN DRESS GOODS.
LYONS BLACK and COLORED SILKS,
BLACK and COLORED BROCADE SILKS.
TRIMMING SILKS and SATINS,
RLACK and COLORED DRESS and TRIM
Splendid value, S7c, 43c, 50e, C7c, 75c, 87c, 51 , $I.3T,
RLACK SILK WARP HENRIETTA,
FRENCH CREPE CLOTH,
ENGLISH CREPES AND RLACK THIBET
Shawls, Cloaks and Cleakings.
LADIES' and CIIILDRHN'S HOSIERY
GLOVES. LACKS and RIRRONft.
CHINTZES and CRETONNES,
MUSLINS and inHBTINGS,
TOWELS and TOWKLIXU,
TURKEY RED CLOTHS,
In large assortment, at vary LOWEST prices.
8Call and examins.
HAGER fc BROTHER.
J. B. MRUS & CO.
We are new showing New anil Attractive
Designs In CARPETS and WALL PAPERS.
All grades of
Brussels ani Ingrain Garnets.
Our stock H linger than ever before, tmil
will be sold at
VERY LOW PRICES.
MATS, RUGS, CRUMB CLOTHS, Ac.
J. B. lartin & Ce.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
All in want of Fine cr Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
el our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE 1 SPECIALTY.
15 East Bins Street.
CI RAIN SPECULATION
JT In large or small aineu Ms. $25 or 120,000
Write W. T. SOULE & CO.. Commission Mcr
cliants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, 111., for clr
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
for Lancaster City and County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 48 WEST KJNU STISEKT.
Ne. 32 East King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICES, at the Reek Stere et
JOM BASE'S SOIS,
15 aad 17 HORTH QBESN STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all klu.N et
LUMBER AND COAL.
5TYard: Xe. 420 North Water and Prince
streets above Lemen. Luncisler. n:;-jyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal et the licet Quality put up expressly
ler family us-e, nnd at the low
est ui'irket prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
.OS- VAKD 150 SOUTH WATKK ST.
ne'29-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SOX & CO.
"lOAL! COAL! COAL!!!
Wc have constantly' en hand all the lwst
grades of COAL that are In market, which c
are selling as low as any yard In the city.
Call and get our prices before buying eKe-
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
514 XORTII WATER STREET.
COHO & WILEY,
:i.W XOIITU K'ATJSK ST., Lancaster, l'a.,
Whole-ale and Retail Dealer? In
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection Willi the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Xe. 3 XORTII DUKE ST.
1 O TO
GORREOET & CO.S'
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds of Ceal. Quality ami
quantity guaranteed. Yard, Han feburg Pike,
eniec, S0 East Chestnut street. angl'-tfd
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind
of COAL go te
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 23 East King Street. YARD:
018 I.'erth Prince Street.
I'KCSSES ! TRUSSES ! ! TRD.4SS ! ! !
. Sufferers from Rupture III lludtlic safest,
easiest and cheapest Trusses in the weild en
exhibition and ler wile by
AXDREW G. FREY, Druggist,
Cor. N. Queen and Orange St.s, Lanci-tcr, Pa.
Call and sec.
Alse, the only sure cure for Piles.
FREY'S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
Xever lalis. Price. 50c. and 7"c. a box.
TTULL'S hia'U STORE.
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
AH Kimifl of
HULL'S DRUG STORE,
15 West King St., Lancaster, Va.
Alse a Iirge and Fine Assortment of
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES,
American, Frenchand English PERFUMERY,
Teeth, Hair, Xall, Flesh, Cleth, Shaving and
Infant Rrushes, Preparations for the Teeth,
Soaps, Hair Oils and Pomades, Trusses, Shoul
der Unices and Supporters.
PURE GROUND SPICES.
FISHING TACKLE, RODS AND REELS
of JCvcry Description.
HULL'S DRUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET.
tAKGAINS FOU EVERYBODY.
RARE CHANCE IN CARrETS,
Positive sale te Reduce Stock et
6,000 Yards Brussels Garnets,
AT AXD BELOW COST.
Cell and satisfy yourself. Alse, Ingrain, Rag
and Chain Carpctslnalmestcndlcss variety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KINO STREET,
BOOTS Alfli S1IOM8.
Tjl A CV BOUTS. SHOES AND LASTS
JjjCxO i made en a new principle, Insur
ing comfort for the feet.
TVrr'0 leasts made te order.
leblt-tfd 153 East King street
THUBSDAY EVENING, SEPT. 30, 1880,
FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
A FIXE EXHIBITION.
-WHAT IS WOIITII SEEING AT THE
NOKTIIKKN MARKET HOUSE.
Annual Display of the Lancaster
The annual exhibition of the Lancaster
Agricultural and Horticultural society
new being held in the Northern market
house was net se vcll attended as it dc
serTCs te be, but this -was probably ow
ing in no email degrcc te the great
mass meeting held in the opera Iieubu and
at which Senater "Wni. A. Wallace, of
Pennsjlyania, and Eugene McCaa, esq., of
-iiauama, were tne great attractions.
AH who attended the fair however, ex
pressed themselves well pleased with the
display, which if net as large as a great
county like this ought te set fer: his never
theless creditable te the exhibitors.
The display effiuits is very creditable
indeed. Apples of a hundred varieties or
mere are shown and the specimens aic
equal te any ever hhewn elsewhere. The
later varieties of pears arc very line though
the season is tee far gene te make a show
of the early varieties. The same 'may be
fcaid of grapes and peaches it ia tee late
in the .season te shew them at their beat,
and yet there ate some very fine ones en
exhibition. Theio is a fair display of
quinces, tome of the fmit being very line.
The largest exhibitors of fruit arc J. C.
Linvillc, of Salisbury ; Levi S. Reiat, of
Oiegen ; Caper Hiller, or Cojicstega;
Daniel Smeych and William Weidle, city ;
Calvin Cooper, Bird-in-IIand, and Enhraim
S. Hoever, of East Hcmplield. Quite a
number of ethci shave handsome disnlavs
but as Iho judges have net yet made their
awards it would be unfair in i:s te express
an opinion as te who should take first pre
miums. The ileral display is weak, none of our
principal llerists being represented. There
are, however, seme very line cut llewcrs
en exhibition. A cushion of tuberoses
with the word "Rest" in bright gera
niums, exhibited by Miss Grarcr is very
beautiful and se is the floral schooner that
stands in front of Mr. Greff's display of
Chill-Chilli bitters. Mr. S. Kennedy of
Salisbury, exhibits pctumias of unusual
.size and in great variety of color. A num
ber of well-arranged vases and baskets of
llewcrs ornament the tables in diffeicnt
parts of the hall, but en the whole the
Ileral display is meagre.
Of vegetables there arc many very fine
ones potatoes of all improved varieties;
turnips, beets, cashaws, pumpkins,
squashes, tomatoes, peppers, cauliflower,
&c, &c, all being fairly represented.
The display of eercals is net large,
theuch the exhibits are all geed. John John Jehn
eon Miller, of Warwick, is the largest ex
hibitor, showing specimens of several va
rieties ei wncat, rye anu corn, yuite a
number of czhibiteis show fine corn, and
there may be some uuccitainty as tojvhe
will carry oil the fiist premium. J. II.
Mayer, Manhcini township, shows a stalk
that measures 1G feet in height, and Daniel
Smeych, city, shows some stocks of the
prolific variety, containing from G te 10
cars each, while Jehn Hcrtzler shows a
single car of yellow corn that measures,,
wc should think, 20 inches in length.
Of domestic production there is ex
hibited bread, butter, cak.es, preserves,
jams, jellies, apple butter, canned fruits of
all kinds, pickles, wines and a score of
ether things, all of which leek temptingly
geed, and will probably puzzle the judges
te determine which of all is "first best."'
And se also of household manufactures
the rugs, childicn's wear, quilts, coverlet?,
embroideries of various kinds, and braided,
crochetcd and tatted work, shell work,
hair work, war work and the hundieds of
ethor fancy articles that the ladies knew
se well hew te make, arc tastefully ar
ranged and very attractive. They are very
beautiful and well worth seeing.
Mr. W. E. Hcinitsh is the only exhibitor
of furniture. He shows full sets of parlor,
chamber, dining room and library furni
ture, of fine weeds, newest designs and
elegant upholstery. We join him in re
gretting that he has no competitor in his
line in the exhibition.
Of saddlery there is a fine display, in
cluding single and double harness, whips,
blankets, luss, robes, and crcryUmis in
the saddler's trade. The exhibitors arc
M. Habcrbush and Rinffwalt& Zcchcr.
It is a shame that in the creat county of
Lancaster, which beasts that its tobacco
crop is annually worth millions of dollars,
there should be somcagie an exhibit at
the county show. Levi Jeffries, city, is
the only local exhibitor, and he exhibits
only a fw leaves very line ones though ;
and M. B. Eshlcman, late of Lancaster.
new of Newport, Perry county, exhibits a
few large stocks. Of course tobacco in the
leaf cannot be shown te much advantage
at a fair, but there ought te ba enterprise
enough among the growers te make a
much better showing than they have ever
yet done in this county.
A very pretty display is that made by
Samuel A. Grefl". proprietor of the Chill
Chilli bitters. The bitters is stacked up
in pyramidal form with an arch in th e
ccntre,and in this arch is placed a handsome
gilt frame mirror. A large blue screen,
seme ten feet in diameter forms a back
ground and this back ground is almost
covered with gilded horse-shoes se ar
ranged as te form the name " Chill-Chilli."
The back ground, the pyramid, and the
mirror, arc all elaborately decorated with
evergreen and flowers, and in front of the
mirror is a beautiful floral schooner, the
hull and deck being composed entirely of
tuberoses and geraniums, the masts of or
namental grasses, and even the cordage of
II. L. Stchman, &,Ce., exhibit an elegant
case of stuffed birds and insects, and as
curiosities has several moths and butter
flies inpreccss of hatching out. lie also
shows in alcohol a large pig's feet entirely
double that is two feet en a single leg.
Isaac Stencr's exhibit of fancy scroll
work and carving in weed together with
his collection of insects, shells, etc., is very
A pomegranite tree full of fruit of large
size and beautiful appearance, owned aud
exhibited by Constantine Barnhart of
Maner street, is much admired.
Mr. Alex. McKillips, the well-knew
organ manufacturer exhibits thrce of his
cabinet organs beautifully cased, and
a Chickering piano; also a case of
musical instruments and parts of instru
ments in great variety including every
thing from a jcwsliarp te a comet.
Wilcox & White also exhibit several
fine cabinet organs of elegant workman
ship and fine quality.
Philip Lebzelter displays a number of
hubs, spokes and wheels from his exten
Win. Brady is the only exhibitor of edge
tools. He shows specimens of his own
manufacture of axes, hatchets, tobacco
Pecneck & Sens have en exhibition one
of their patent read machines and surface
ditchers. It is highly commended by our
One of the most attractive tables in the
fair is that of High & Martin, whose ex
hibit of china, class and nueensware is
large and varied, embracing specimens of
aimest everything in their line of trade
from the gaudy majolica ware down te the
plane iren-steno china and from the nlain
glass goblet te the elegant cut glass de
canter and costly vase. Among ether in
teresting novelties are a number of new
style lamps, made te set in elegant vases,
and furnished with charming shades. One
elegant tea set en exhibition, numbering
about fifty pieces, has each piece differently
ornamented. The American glassware is
very fine, being clear as crystal and almost,
as thin as paper.
A very pretty piece of pen-drawing,
representing birds, etc., together with a
few lines of plain penmanship, is exhibited
by Mr. Win. Y. McSparrcn, of Druraore.
It proves him te be a mastcref the "grcy "grcy "grcy
jir. jenn i. uryuen also exhibits seme
line specimens of pan and pencil draw
The "Plant club" of this city has en
exhibition a number of boughs of forest
leaves aud plants of various kinds, which
make a very pretty display and will prove
interesting and instructive toyeung botan
ists. Thore arc several fine displays of orna
mental grasses, one of them being a com
bination piece enclosing the likenesses of
Hen. A. Hcrr Smith, Senater Ames H.
Mylin, Assemblyman Jehn II. Landis and
His Hener Judge Livingston.
The display of bowing machines is net
se large as at former fairs, but the speci
mens of work en exhibition done by the
"Davis" and "American" arc much ad
mired by the ladies.
A very full and prettily arranged cellee-
i tien of coins and medals is shown bv
Francis E. Bachler, the collection embrac
ing Amciiean cents of almost every year
since the coinage commenced, and many
ether interesting and valuable coins.
We have purposely avoided saying much
about these articles en exhibition among
which there is likely te be a lively compe
tition for premiums, preferring te wait
until the judges shall have rendered their
decision when we may have something
mere te say about them.
Th Lift of Entries.
Belew will be found the full list of en
tries as copied from the secretary's books :
Clasv 1 Vruita.
Henry Kauflman, 20 ounce apple.
Lillie E. Gress, 1 plate of lemons, grown
Jehn C. Linvillc, 7 0 varieties of apples,
from crab apples up te the Gleria Mundi :
1 plate of Scckcl pears,
Jacob Zcchcr, 2 plates apples, J peck
Mrs. E. Lichty, three varieties of quinces,
1 plate Clairgeau pears.
N. L. Gctz, 5 plates apples.
Abncr J. Smeltz, J peck quinces.
Calvin Cooper, GO varieties of apples.
Daniel Smeych, 3i varieties of pears, 1
basket mixed fruits, 4 plates peaches, 4
peck quinces, 14 plates grapes.
S. R. Hess & Sen, collection et apples,
embracing 4G varieties.
I. S. Bessier, 5 plates of apples.
Jehnsen Miller, 13 varieties of apples,
1 plate quinces, 1 plate peaches, 1 plate
L. C. Xyte, 1 plate pound apples, 1 plate
Constine Bamhait, pemcirrauitc tree, in
Wm. Wcidlc, 24 plates of pears, 1 plate
orange quinces, 1 plate Isabella grapes, 1
plate Shinaboenc apples, 1 basket mixed
fruit, 1 plate Conceul grapes, 1 plate Clin Clin
James Lhiville, Lady Blush apple, 17
M. C. Cooper, collection of apples.
Adam S. Keller, 20 varieties of apples,
Rogers' grapes, Smock's late peach, Allen's
October peach, white peach for name.
Enes 11. Lcaman, 3 plates of apples.
Dr. Wm. Blackwood, 1 plate of pcachc s.
Willis Gcist, 1 stand Shelden pears.
E. S. Hoever, 5 varieties of apples, 1
basket of quinces.
Wm. Wcidle, 2 plates of grapes, 4
plates of peaches.
Henry Kauflman, Gleria Muudi apple.
Mrs. Nathanial Ellmakcr, grapes.
Lightncr Hendersen, Fallawatcr ap
ples. Thes. A McNeil, 1 plate of pears.
Casper Hiller & Sen, 65 vaiietics of ap
ples, 3 plates of pears, 3 plates of peaches,
large collection of grapes.
Class 2 Flowers.
Louisa Graver, pillow of tubeiescs with
word "rest" in geraniums cut tuberoses.
Sylvester Kennedy, collection of cut
flowers, six or mera or mero specimens of
S. G. Gcnscincr, sunflower stalk.
Casper Hiller & Sen, 4 varieties orna
Class 3 Vegetables.
A. B. llavcrstick, 1 peck Peerless pota
toes. N. L. Gctz, 1 bushel Blue Peerless po
tatoes; S. R. Hcss& Sen, 10 varieties of
L. C. Lyte, 4 varieties of potatoes ; 1
plate tomatoes ; 4 heads of cauliflower ; 2
Jehn B. Erb, 2 varieties peppers.
Hallic A. Cooper, 2 varieties beets.
Willis Gcist, 2 cashaws.
Daniel Smeych, G sweet peppers.
E. S. Hoever, i bushel Early Rese po
tatoes ; 1 large gourd.
Isaac K. Ryan, G tin nips ; 4 cashaws ;
Casper nillcr & Sen, 1 peck Peerless po
tatoes ; 1 plate St. Patrick potatoes.
Class 4 Cereali.
Jehn H. Bushong, barrel Southern
N. L. Gctz, 10 cars of white corn.
Jehnsen Miller, 1 peck Mediterranean
white wheat, 1 peck amber wheat, 1 peek
red wheat, 1 peek Fultz wheat 1 peck
Recky Mountain wheat, 1 peck rye, 10 cars
white corn, 10 cars red corn, 10 ears yel
low corn, stalk of corn 15 feet high.
L. C. Ly te, 12 cars yellow corn, 12 cars
Jehn B. Erb, early yellow corn, late
Daniel Webster, 1 peck wheat, 10 cars
Jehn C. Lhiville, 10 varieties of wheat.
Daniel Smeych, 3 stalks Blunt's prolific
com, 10 cars Blunt's corn.
W. II. Brcsius, 1 bushel ears of corn.
Isaac Ryan, 10 cars each of white, yel
low, Still's evergreen, Adams' early and
Jeseph Rcinccr, 30 cars of corn.
Lightncr Hendersen, 1 quart timothy
Casper Hiller & Sen, Blunt's white pro
Class 5 Demestic Productions.
Dr. D. D. Tcmlinsen, H.H.H. medicine.
Mrs. E. Madigan, three bottles of cherry,
blackberry and grape wine; 2 jars crab
apple jelly, 1 jar quince jelly.
Mrs. Lizete Gress, 2 pounds butter.
Amelia E. Gress, 1 crock quince butter.
Mrs. Abram S. Bessier, apple jelly,
grape jelly, rhubarb jelly and soap.
Miss B. A. Bessier, quince jelly and 2
Mrs. Philip Benedict, Clinten grape
wine and English Merella cherry wine.
Mrs. Themas J. -Davis, 1 jar canned
quinces, 1 tumbler preserved quinces, 1
tumbler preserved peaches.
jenn a. i.rD, cider vinegar, blackberry
wine (1874), grape wine (1874).
Daniel Webster, 2 pounds batter.
Mrs. Jehn Binkley, quince, apple, crab
apple, grape and currant wine.
Mrs. Chas. Emmens, 1 jar each of cher
ries, plums, huckleberries, peaches, pears,
spiced peaches, spiccdcucumbers.
Mrs. Kate Barr, leaf home-made bread.
A. S. Keller, 6 bottles wine, 6 bottles
Mrs. A. S. Keller, 1 jar pear jam, 1 jar
peach jam, 'j jars tomato jam, a glasses
grape jelly, 1 glass quince jelly, 1 glass
crab apple jelly, 1 jar mixed pickles.
Maria Esbenshade, 1 pint each of dried
apples, peaches, cherries, pears, black
berries. Daniel Smeych, 10 pieces of homc-made
Mrs. Harriet B. Keller, 2 pounds of
gilt-edge Jersey butter.
Mrs. Jacob Landis. 2 neunds butter.
Jlrs. Jehn II. Landis, 1 crock apple but
ter, sample of hard soap.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hoever, 11 varieties of
Miss Lizzie Hess, 5 varieties of spiced
Mrs. Wm. E. Heinitsh. 2 cans cherries.
1 can pickled peaches, 2 tumblers crabapplc
jelly. 4 tumblers quince jelly, 2 tumblers
preserved quinces, home-made bread,
Christian II. Mayer, 2 jars canned
peaches, jar each of pine-apples, cherries
Samuel A. Grefl', Chill-Chilli bitters.
Clans 7. Tobacco.
Levi Jeffries, 6 leaves of tobacco.
W. B. Eshlcman, 6 stalks of tobacco.
Classes 8, O, 10, 11 unit 13. binbrehlery,
Crechet, Needlework, FuneytSoeds, Jfcc.
II. J. King, cotton patched quilt, silk
quilt, knitted cotton quilt.
Ida Waechter,30 patches for quilt,ll,975
Sarah Zcchcr, 1 silk quilt, 1 cradle quilt.
Mrs. Jacob Ehrhart, 1 embroidered
lambcrquin, 2 pairs knit infant socks, 2
silk embroidered flannel shirts, 1 piece of
embroidered crewel work, 1 embroidered
tidy, 1 crochet cover, 10 varieties of cro
chet and knit laces, 2 crochet thread
covers, 3 crochet tidies, 2 crochet worsted
tidies, 1 pair silk embroidered slippers, 1
toilet cushion, 1 gents' shaving paper, 1
ornamental grass vase, 1 pair bottles, 1
pair vases, 1 pair crochet slippers, 1 cro
chet scrap-bag, 1 worked linen towel, 1
1 toilet cushion, 1 crochet Iaco cap, 1 pen
wiper, 1 darned net tidy, 1 worsted lamp
Mrs. Imegenc Tedd, agricultural seed
Mary D. Lawrence, 1 hand-made shirt.
3Irs. Jane Hess, 1 worsted patch-work
quilt, 1 worsted flowered rug.
Leah Balmer, 2 sofa pillows, 2 tidies, 1
pincushion, 4 handkerchiefs.
Parthcnia Rathven, 1 sham towel.
Anne C. Rathveu, 3 tidies, 2 pillow
shams, 1 hassock, 2 infants bibs, 3 sets
toilet mats, 1 knit talma.
Mrs. M. C. Rife, 3 yards crochet Hce, 2
yards honiten Iaco.
Mrs. Thes. J. Davis, 1 embroidered
whip-rack, 1 embroidered slipper case.
Miss Bella Hagcr, 1 embroidered child's
Mrs. Prcscett, 1 worked quilt, 2 pillow
shams, 1 bolster sham, 1 child's skirt, 1
Miss Mary E. Bachlcr, 1 bullion toilet
cushion, G crochet thread tidies 1 delaine
quilt, 1 hair wreath.
Miss Amelia Bachler, wax bouquet, Hon Hen
iton lace handkerchief, set Heniton Iaco
tabs, 1 tufted cushion.
Mrs. Eli Fowl, crochet tidy.
Mrs. E. II. Hagcr, 1 quilt.
Mrs. O. J. Dickey, 1 quilt.
Miss A. Pewl, 2 cushions, crochet tidy,
rug, delaine quilt.
Airs. Isaac Pewl, calico quilt.
Mrs. A. W. Woodward, t-.iblc cover and
Mrs. Ruth A Musscr, 2 silk quilts.
Mrs. Longcnccker, worsted cushion and
Mollie R. Dunlap, 3 thread tidies.
Miss Emma Hnbcr, pair of homc-made
Mrs. E. Lyte, 3 knit rugs, 2 table cov
ers, 2 point Iaco handkerchiefs, 2 point Iaco
ends, 1 point Iaco stomacher.
Mrs. Thes. J. Davis, embroidered child's
.silk dress, embroidered child's sacquc.
Mrs. Ruth, paper holder, cushion.
Mrs. Jehn Biuklcy, 2 pair knit woolen
Miss Kate Rink, darned knit tidy, hob heb
len stich tidy, muslin tidy.
Mrs. Kate Barr, hand made shirt, pair
darned stockings, Java canvass toilet set.
Mrs. Chas. Emmens, crochet tidy,
Miss Annie C. Himcs, haud-made socks.
Miss Sue A. Himcs, hand-made linen
Lizzie Graver, 1 silk quilt.
Louisa Graver, 1 silk quilt, 1 embroider
ed pillow sham, 1 tatting tidy, ornamented
Miss Maria Keller, 1 knit rue.
Miss Elizabeth Keller, 1 silk quilt.
Miss Kcndig, fancy tripod.
Mary Keller, bcad-cmbreidcrcd sofa
Geerge Shcnklc. patch work quilt.
Mrs. Jehn II. Landis, ornamental wax
llewcrs, silk and worsted embroidered
Class 13 Cabinet Ware.
W. A. Hcinitsh, parlor suit, book case,
hat lack, half-dozen dining chairs, library
tabic, extension table, commode.
Class 14 Saddlery.
Ringwalt& Zecher, assortment of bersc
Ames Ringwalt, deuble harness, single
harness, display of horse blankets and
M. Haberbush, deubls set of carriage
harness, 2 single sets of carriage harness,
lady's saddle, 2 gent's saddles, 2 riding
bridles, whips, horse blankets, Indian
blankets, general display of saddlery,
CIms IS Miscellaneous.
Miss. E. Madigan, 3 ornamental vases,
5 crayon portraits.
31. L. Shoemaker, bag phosphate, bag
pure ground phosphate, bag pure grenud
Mrs. Thes. J. Davis, 1 hand painted
Miss Bella Hagcr, 2 hand painted pot
B. G. LeFevcr, Davis's vertical feed
Wm. Brady, display of edge tools.
Francis E. Bachler, collection of old
coins, medals, collection of old pennies.
Annie L. Rathven, 2 crayons.
Miss Leah Balmer, chrome.
Jehn B. Erb, mottoes.
Hcise & Kauffman, combined feed and
tobacco Etcmmcr, clothes washer, and
H. H. Heise, latest improved hydraulic
Inquirer printing and publishing com
pany, book entitled "Legal Rights and
Duties of Farmers."
Mrs. Ruth, waiter, 150 years old.
Miss Adcle Barr, crayon portrait.
L. S. Reist (for Plant club), forest
Jacob Feese, 2 tobacco steamers for
steaming mash feed and general fanning
ami uutcuenag use.
Julia A. Keller, 2 panel pictures, 2 oil
paintings, 2 crayon drawings.
A. P. Spencer, case of file?.
A. L. Kreider, paints.
Hugh D. Martin, display of glass aad
North & Ce.. 3 enrans. a new invention.
children's blew pedal.
Wm. F. MeSparran, specimen of pen
manship. Jehn A. Brvdcn. nen drawing and nenml
Alex McKillins. 5 ercrans. 1 uiane and
box of musical instruments.
Miss M, S. Balmer, 1 pair vases.
Cholera Merbus may be encouraged by fre
quent doses of pickled Salmen and undressed
Cucumbers, it may be Increased by eating un
ripe plums, and may be cured by taking Dr.
Themas Eclcctric Oil. Fer sale by II. B. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 and 133 North Queen street.
Lancaster. Pa is
Statistics prove tnat twenty-nve per cent
of the deaths In enr larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we rctlcet that thb
terrible dfc&ise th its worst stage will yield te
abottJeofLochcr's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the suUcrcrs ter their negli
gence, or pity them for tholrlgnerancu? Ne
9East King street.
Why ought the children of a thiet te be
burnt! Recauc their Pa steals (pentiles.)
Kuril, scaldi, cut, luulses cured by Dr.
Themas' Eclectrlc Oil. Fer sale by II. R.
Cochran, druggist, 131 and 139 Xerth Queen
street, Lancaster, Pa. n
K11HTET Alflf Xlt'JU: CUKE.
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
A Positive Remedy for ALL. Kid
ney, Liver and Urinary Troubles of
both Male and Female.
"It -wad my life.": It. Laktly, Bel-ma,
"It U the remedy that will cure the many
diseases peculiar te women." Metfur't Maga
zine. "It has passed severe testa and wen endorse
ments from seme of the liihctiucd!cal talent
In the country." New Yerk World,
"Ne remedy heretofore discovered can be
held for one moment in comparison with it."
C. A. Harvey, D. D., Wasltinaten, D. C.
This Great Natural Remedy is far Sale
by Druggists in all Tarts of the World.
TRY IT AND TAKE NO OTHER.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
Ne.l50X XORTII O.UKEN STKEKT.nearP.It.
U. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Xiekel-cascd WatchcM, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eyc-UUtsses. Ucpairln-j a upcclaMy.
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive me-it earcrul attention.
DESHiXS AXD ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
B. F. BOWMAN,
lOtt EAST KING STREET,
New Samples !
New Styles !
Clubs ami Committees invited teculland ex
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES, COATS, HATS. CAPS, HELMETS'
TORCHES. RADGES, STREAMERS,
FLAGS, I1URGEES, (Political
Lanterns very cheap.)
Bunting' Flags of All Sizes.
Portraits ei Presidential Nominees
en cloth, suitable ler Runners aud Transpnr
eneles. FLASH TORCH.
Every Club ought te have some, even If they'
de net have them for entire Club.
D. S. BURSK,
17 East Kinff Street, Lancaster.
t'OUNItHllS Airii MACU1N1STH.
J . BOILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Opposite tub Locemotivk Works.
The subscriber continue te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Sheet-Iren Werk, and
49 Jobbing promptly attended te.
augl8-lydj JOHN REST.
CU1XA AX It OLAHSWAUK.
Wc arc constantly receiving something new
and novel In
Fancy Goods, China, Lamps,
Don't fall te soe them.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. n AST KING STREET.
-IXTIIOLKSALK AMD KKTAflU
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE